This album is the third release of Planete Sauvage built around the eponymous piece composed and performed by Usull " The strange mood of the dirty rocks" . It's weird atmosphere reminds a lot of the frightening and disturbing openning of Ridley Scott's first "Alien" from witch it is partly inspired .
In the center, as a catalyst of the duo's wonderings and thoughts, the second piece of Usull, " Le spectacle du non-vivant" draws a parallel line with Kassiel's "La metamorphose des Krolls", from the previous album, composed nearly at the same period, exploring the same themes, and as a coincidence, using our beloved Guy Debord's extract from "La societe du spectacle". The opening piece, Kassiel's " Image d'un objet recompose " visits the relations between body and memory in a visual journey, a strange chiaroscuro or a scanned picture.
For the rest, it is the continuity, wild and mad, of Shemty and Biculah, final chords of their fates, witch will lead, eventually, to their unescapable undoings and losses.